(plural put outs)
- (baseball) The statistic of the number of outs a defensive player directly caused.
- Jones recorded 15 put outs in the first half of the season.
(comparative more put out, superlative most put out)
(third-person singular simple present puts out, present participle putting out, simple past and past participle put out)
- To place outside or eject.
- Don't forget to put out the cat.
- To produce.
- The factory puts out 4000 units each day.
- To injure a part of the body, especially a joint.
- Don't put out your back trying to lift that.
- Be careful with those scissors, or you'll put your eye out!
- To extinguish (a flame or light).
- They worked for days to put out the brushfire.
- To eliminate from a competition.
- (slang, intransitive) To consent to sex.
- (baseball) To cause a player on the offense to be out, especially of men on base.
- (cricket) To cause a batsman (a player on the batting team) to be dismissed or out.
- To sail away, to depart.
- The object in all transitive senses can come before or after the particle. If it is a pronoun, then it must come before the particle.
(comparative more put-out, superlative most put-out)
- Alternative spelling of put out.
- (baseball) Alternative spelling of put out.